Boys and their toys

Boys and their toys. It seems the menswear has taken on a technical side. From Moncler to Calvin Klein, both have a included the scientific approach to the collection. Moncler has always had this side to the pieces, as this is the core of the brand and its originality. Calvin Klein though has entered onto another plane. Watermarked suits are a mould breaking detail to set you apart from the other suiting that is walking down the runway. See - boys and toys. Give a man, namely Italo Zucchelli who is renowned for special effects, a clean cut suit and this is the result. A future classic perhaps.  Heard on the Runway is backing me up “It was a fiercely futuristic vision of the type of fabrics men might wear years from now, if they dare.” Calvin Klein Watermarked suits from the Autumn Winter colection 2010

source: GQ.com photographer: Andrew Young

Menswear has always been a challenge to keep the lines looking fresh and advancing, but the bottom line is a suit is a suit. More directional collections like Y-3 have a small advantage with the sport - relaxed look however with the collaboration of Adidas and Yohji Yamamoto this is greatly increased, thanks to his plays on proportion and futuristic notion.

Y-3 is on the run from the gloom and doom of the world. Armed with tongue-in-cheek humor, splashes of bright color, and intriguing aesthetic contrasts, the label’s Autumn/Winter 2010-11 collection brought a healthy dose of fun back to the runway, in the words of the blogspot high snobiety.

Men like to know there is more to their style than a suit, be it track or tailored. This is where the talents of the above help.

Y-3 Autumn/Winter Milan Catwalk show February 2010

Y-3 Autumn/Winter Milan Catwalk show February 2010

source: style.com photographer: Marcio Madeira / FirstView.com